Samsung was one of the few manufacturers that continues to release smartphones without notches. Shortly after Apple unveiled the iPhone X with such a single-screen display, half a world followed the design of Cupertino's company.
While it was not Apple that brought the notch fashions that came out with Essential Phone, Apple made manufacturers lose their fear of launching a cut-out screen. After all, if Apple orders it is because the market is ready for it.
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Samsung has always looked just like itself. Their smartphones missed the notches and gave users typical low margins.
Samsung prepares 4 more types of screens, 2 of them with notches!
But something may be about to change. At the developer conference presentation, where we also saw the South Korean company's first folding screen, Samsung took the opportunity to show us its future screens, and it wasn't astonishing when we saw two notches well fitted there.
Displays named "Infinity-U", "Infinity-V", "Infinity-O" and "New Infinity" are the Asian company's new line of AMOLED displays and should not only ship to Samsung but also to competitors. .
I remember that Samsung not only makes screens for its Galaxy but also sells them to competitors. For example, smartphones like OnePlus's use Samsung screens.
That's why I don't believe the Asian company will launch a smartphone with notches. Mainly with solutions like "Infinity-O" and "New Infinity" in its portfolio.
If the rumors are right, the next Galaxy S10 is likely to arrive with "Infinity-O" technology. That is, an almost borderless screen and a small hole for the front camera.
In short, if you're not a notch lover, don't worry because Samsung, unlike Apple, will continue to offer solutions without such an ideology. Still, we can't rule out seeing Samsung's mid-range terminals following the trend.
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